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Advice needed with attatchment of earnings n56 form

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My ex hubby is paying Arrow Global/Restons for an old debt.

It went to court and he was served with an AOE but he agreed a lower payment of £15 per week by DD instead of the £30 taken from his wages.

 

He has been paying this for a couple of years now,

in the last 6-8 months he has missed about 4 payments so they are enforcing the AOE.

 

He has moved jobs and they sent the request to his old employer but obviously as he is no longer there

 

the courts have sent a letter to his home address with the form N56 to complete.

 

As he is earning about £20 more a week can they increase the £30 to a higher amount?

 

All help appreciated, thanks.

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The Court will decide the size of the deductions which should be made, and in coming to this decision, it will have regard to the Defendant’s income and outgoings, his level of debt, and any dependents he has. The Defendant should use this form to provide the court with an overview of his finances so that it can decide on deductions which are fair and affordable.

 

Andy


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So when he fills out the form, does he include absolutely everything including a shortfall of £35,000 when our house was repossessed, which we are still fighting. Do you think they will accept an offer of payment without going through his employer as this is what he did last time, thanks.

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No ...just in comings and out goings and make your offer of payment.List the shortfall as a debt outstanding and no you wont be allowed to to deal direct with the creditor again as you broke the previous agreement.


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